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PIC Heartrate Monitor


Author: Segun Ilori

Last Updated: 2014-04-23

Category: Measurement

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A PIC based Heart Rate Monitor that displays the heart rate of a person in beats per minute (BPM) on an LCD. The pulse sensor used may be strapped to a finger or clipped to the earlobe.

This code is a PIC port of the arduino code provided by manufacturer.

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